The Papers of General Nathanael Greene

From Lieutenant Edmund Gamble,[1]

Asks if the army's "spirits" should be given to "traveling officers." Gamble is "constantly pressed and the officers must and will have it."
Excerpt from Stan V. Henkels, Catalog #1005 (1909) 1 p.
    [1.] Gamble was commissary at Salisbury. (NCSR, 20: 436)
    [2.] The excerpt is dated only "Feb., 1781." It must have been written prior to 8 February, when the stores at Salisbury were ordered moved to Virginia because of the British invasion. (See NG to Marbury, 8 February, PGNG, 7: 257.)